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Noel Towell is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
Noel Towell Thousands of taxpayers have been allowed to keep hundreds of dollars they over-claimed.
Noel Towell Immigration boss moves to plug gaps left by high-level defections.
Noel Towell Merger of ABS and AIHW a "done deal", insiders say.
Noel Towell Public servants going for a sandwich leaves bosses unfazed.
Noel Towell Territory walks away from embattled scheme as premium bill approaches $100 million.
Noel Towell CPSU looking to make it all about Eric.
Noel Towell and Emma Kelly Paid parking will have a "horrific" impact on workers who work "bloody hard".
Phillip Thomson and Noel Towell Dennis Richardson predicts year of upheaval as DMO boss Warren King walks.
Noel Towell More than 1200 public servants at the federal Department of Infrastructure have been asked to accept pay rises as low as less than 1 per cent each year in return for working three extra days.
Department of Human Services' secret seven: lawyers battle over the details of an expensive child support dispute
Noel Towell The huge taxpayer-funded legal bill is expected to grow in the ongoing Department of Human Services dispute with a father over $6000 in child support.
Noel Towell Documents reveal the public service considered women 'physiologically unfitted to carry responsibility' early in the 20th century.
Noel Towell Senior managers at the Australian Taxation Office have pleaded with their public servants to cool it as anger over the agency's below-inflation pay offer threatens to boil over.
Noel Towell Department of Parliamentary Services Secretary Carol Mills fights back against reports criticising her conduct.
Noel Towell Dud APS bureaucrats are let off the hook by soft benchmarking, colleagues say.
Noel Towell Prime Minister slaps strict deadline on the latest Australian Public Service reshuffle.
Noel Towell Union says giant department's offer is a pay cut with strings attached.
Noel Towell Don't take it personally: promotions are drying up in Australian Public Service.
Noel Towell The 55-plus age group is doing well in public service employment, and workforce experts are worried that the traditional APS role of training young people is going by the board.
Noel Towell International outsourcing giants jostling for $29 billion payment contract
Noel Towell Australia’s 21,000 tax officials have been told they must have the right stuff if they want to keep working at the ATO.